MOCA Unveils New Food Exhibition

Dim sum, mapo tofu, sweet and sour pork; no matter what you're craving, you can get it all in one place and surprisingly, it's not a restaurant.

At The Museum of Chinese in America, they're serving up a healthy dose of food culture and history with their exhibition "Sour Sweet Bitter Spicy" which chronicles the stories of Chinese food and identity in America.

SinoVision Journal reporter Christie Clements has the story.

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